LGBTQ rights are under attack from state and federal law. Austin Pride leads a rally for queer rights on the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. 7-10pm.
The Refinery hosts this sneak peek of what they are up to at their sister space, Owen's Garage. A live podcast recording with I Was Just Saying That & Claire Zinnecker Design, free headshots, craft cocktails, tasty treats, and more. 6:30-8:30pm.
Owen's Garage, 1407 Bob Harrison St.
Learn how CodeNEXT will impact music venues, galleries, and creative spaces in your neighborhood. Please register. 6-8pm. Free.
Austin could not be a better home for this exhibit focused on the history of music festivals. Artifacts and concert footage bring the experience alive whether it's Hendrix at Monterey or Queen at Live Aid - both featured in a video montage of the Top 10 festival performances of all-time. Artifacts include Muddy Waters' '59 Martin acoustic played at the '68 Newport Folk Festival, a poster board stenciled sign by Banksy, and Dave Navarro's Jane's Addiction stage getup. Through July 23, Mon.-Sat., 9am-5pm, Sun., 12-5pm. $9-13.
A limited number of beds will be available to crash in the night before this ocean-themed dance party with a performance from Riders Against the Storm. 6am. $20-60.
Native Hostel Austin, 807 E. Fourth
Don't have a job or have an understanding boss? Take some time to get in a quick ride and a bite to eat along the way. Wednesdays, 11:45am.
Bring a dish and learn how to increase Latino voter turnout in Austin. Announcements of upcoming events will take place. 7-9pm.
The CodeNEXT team hosts a meeting in Spanish to share info with and gather feedback from the Spanish-speaking community on the LDC's density bonus section. 7-8:30pm.
Belly dancers, hookah specials, free belly dancing lessons, a henna tattoo artist, and more. Wednesday nights, 8pm. Free.
77 Degrees Rooftop Bar, 11500 E. Rock Rose Ave.
Stevie Ray Vaughan fans will not want to miss this exhaustive exhibit guest curated by his brother, Jimmie Vaughan. Many of Vaughan's guitars (including his legendary "Number One" Fender stratocaster) will be on view as well as early family photos, concert posters, stage outfits, handwritten lyrics, exclusive archival concert footage, his famed hat, and more. Through July 23. $9-13.
This exhibit examines "the lives of individuals intertwined in the domestic slave trade by exploring slavery’s reach beyond New Orleans and Galveston, beyond Texas, beyond the South, and into the very fabric of America." Through July 9. Cost of museum admission, free for members.
A screening of the Coen brothers classic film Raising Arizona with music from the Quaker City Night Hawks preceding. 6pm. Free.
Donate a fan through August 31 to help Family Eldercare keep those in need cool this summer. See website for drop off locations and more. Free.
The monks got the thumbs up from the 14th Dalai Lama to come to town and share their culture with the folks of Austin while raising funds to keep the Gaden Shartse Monastery up and running. Go online for a schedule or email for some personal blessings (for a fee). Through June 28. $10-15 lectures.
Bring your mat and a desire to get your Vinyasa flowed right. Every weekday, 8am. Free.
The City's Budget Office wants your input on needed City services and budget priorities for the FY 2018 budget. To have your voice heard, use the links provided, or call 512/974-1380 to discuss 11 service areas. Through Sat., July 15.
The supply of platelets has fallen to an unsafe level. Anyone who is able is urged to make a platelet donation appointment as soon as possible. Platelet donation may be done every 7 days or 24 times per year. The entire process from the time a donor walks through the doors until they leave is approximately 1 to 1.5 hours. Call to make an appointment. Open seven days a week.
We Are Blood, 4300 N. Lamar, 512/206-1266
A three-night camp for kids (6-17) who are dealing with the death of a loved one. Celebrating its 20th anniversary of supporting grieving youth, Camp Brave Heart arms kids with the tools to tackle their grief. Now accepting applications for July 31 - Aug. 3, near Wimberley, TX. Free.
John Knox Ranch
The Carver is the first museum in the nation to feature a permanent exhibit honoring Juneteenth. Up all year round, the museum's core exhibit is dedicated to the history and evolution of Juneteenth, told through a combination of visual and interactive activities. Mon.-Fri., 10am-4pm. Free.